Afridi furious over James Faulkner’s allegations against PCB

of australia James Faulkner (James Faulkner) recently decided to leave the Pakistan Super League and go home. The reason for which Faulkner has attributed the non-payment of his PSL contract by the PCB and his Frenchie Quetta Gladiators. Due to which Shahid Afridi, former captain of the Pakistan cricket team has also tweeted in relation to this popular controversy. In which he has described the allegations made by James Faulkner on his franchise and the Pakistan Cricket Board as “baseless”.

Shahid Afridi took James Faulkner’s class on Twitter

Former Pakistan cricket team captain Shahid Afridi has issued his statement on Twitter regarding the ongoing dispute between James Faulkner and the board of Pakistan Cricket. In which he has described the allegations made by James Faulkner as baseless and has also written that we are all treated with respect in PSL and our payments have never been delayed. Shahid Afridi tweeted on Twitter and wrote,

“Disappointed by the comments of James Faulkner, who avenged Pakistan’s hospitality and arrangements by making baseless allegations. We have all been treated with respect and our payments have never been delayed. No one should be allowed to tarnish Pakistan Cricket and the PSL brand.”

According to the information, when James Faulkner was leaving the Pakistan Super League to go to the airport, he was very angry. Before leaving, he also had a meeting with a PCB official. After which he could not control his anger and he threw his bat and helmet down from the balcony of the hotel lobby floor, which went straight to the chandelier.

James Faulkner accuses PCB in front of everyone on Twitter

Let us tell you that yesterday i.e. on 19th February, James Faulkner accused the Pakistan Super League of not paying for his PSL contract in front of everyone on social media’s most popular platform Twitter and said that he will play his franchise Quetta Gladiators in the last two matches. Won’t play for

James Faulkner tweeted on Twitter saying,

“I apologize to the Pakistan cricket fans. Unfortunately, I had to withdraw from the last two matches. I have to take this step due to non-payment of my fixed salary by PCB. I stayed here for the entire duration, but the board continued to lie to me.”

In his next tweet, the Australian all-rounder further wrote that,

“It hurts to leave the league because I wanted to help bring international cricket back to Pakistan. There is a lot of young talent here and the fans are amazing, but the way I was treated is like an insult from PCB and PSL. I am sure you all understand my position.”

However, the PCB has also banned this Australian player from the PSL forever.

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